Anacortes American

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Anacortes American
Anacortes American is listed in the Newspapers category in Anacortes, Washington. Displayed below is the only current social network for Anacortes American which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Anacortes American on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 78.

Contact information for Anacortes American is:
901 6th St
Anacortes, WA 98221
(360) 293-3122

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Anacortes American has an overall ZapScore of 78. This means that Anacortes American has a higher ZapScore than 78% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Anacortes, Washington is 35 and in the category is 45. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Anacortes American shared Skagit Valley Herald's post.
Planning to travel by ferry? The busy route will temporarily operate with four ferries instead of five.
State ferries operating out of Anacortes are on an emergency schedule after the Yakima broke down Sunday.

Anacortes American shared Viva Farms's event.
Skagit Publishing is proud to sponsor this great event and the sales go to a great organization! Have you purchased your tickets yet? A wonderful evening with an amazing food - fresh farm to table - and entertainment. Get your tickets today before they're all gone!
Join us in cultivating Skagit family farms. Enjoy a locally sourced meal prepared by Chef Ryan Ross and lively music at our newly purchased farm. Come celebrate with our farmers and continue the legacy of farming in Skagit Valley. Farmstrong brews, Tulip Valley wines, and cocktails from Bluewater Distilling will be available for purchase.
Food ⋅ Drink

A music festival has been a part of the Shipwreck Fest weekend ever since local musicians set up a booth promoting local music in 2002. As people browsed antiques and trinkets, they discovered local releases from Anacortes-based Knw-Yr-Own Records and listened to live performances. “Independent music culture and thrifting go hand-in-hand,” said festival co-founder Bret Lunsford.
On Commercial Avenue Saturday, it was hard to miss. The old-closet smell, shoppers with odd finds, music in the distance. Just a few blocks over, a band was playing in

Keep your hands off of your electronic devices while driving. That’s the basic premise of a new law that takes effect Sunday. The law says a person using a personal electronic device while driving a vehicle is guilty of a traffic infraction and must pay a fine. It includes hand-held cellphones, tablets, laptops and games. The fine for the first offense is $136 and $234 if ticketed again within five years.
Keep your hands off of your electronic devices while driving. That’s the basic premise of a new law that takes effect Sunday.

Ballots are out now.
Three candidates are running for the Port of Anacortes Commission Position 1 in the Aug. 1 primary, and the top two finishers will move on to the general election Nov.